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New tooling introduces a very unusual bus to the 1:76 scale series. It is modelled on a vehicle housed and on public display at the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington and the crew bus is thought to be one of only five to survive into preservation.Learn More
The latest addition to the Oxford Aviation range is a 1:72 scale replica of the only Dornier Do 335 ‘Pfeil’ (Arrow) still in existence. The original aircraft is on display in America at the Udva Hazy Centre, Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC.Learn More
The second release on our De Havilland DH4 is as flown by the RNAS (Royal Naval Air Service) in 1918. The RNAS was the air arm of the Royal Navy under the direction of the Admiralty's Air Department, existing from 1st July 1914 to 1st April 1918 when it was merged with the British Army's Royal Flying Corps to form a new service – the Royal Air Force.Learn More
This Gloster Gladiator bi-plane fighter commemorates an aircraft that was part of the Swedish Volunteer reserve force that joined the Finnish Air Force in November 1939 following an attack on the country by the Soviet Union. Although Sweden was a neutral country, its government were aware that if the Russians overtook Finland, Sweden was next in line.Learn More
This 1:72 scale model is the first WWI aircraft to enter the Oxford Aviation series and is particularly pertinent as we commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the conflict that was to change history in so many ways. You can see one preserved example displayed as part of the Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden in Bedfordshire.Learn More
This 1:72 scale replica die cast model represents DG207/G which was intended to be the basis for the Meteor 2 and is decorated in the wartime grey and green camouflage scheme with yellow undersides.
Its number DG207 is printed towards the rear of the fuselage with the prototype P printed in yellow behind the RAF roundel on each side of the aircraft.
This item comes boxed with display stand.Learn More